Xopero ONE v. 1.4.5 is now available! The first big change is easy to spot right after logging in (of course, after updating the application first). Just a small spoiler in the intro: in addition to daily reports, e-mail, and Slack notifications, your daily work will now be improved by a completely new system dashboard.Read more
It’s difficult to keep it a secret when great news is happening! Xopero Software is in the process of certification for compliance with ISO 27001:2017 Standard and has already passed the security audit. The auditor has submitted a recommendation to issue a certificate – so, it’s only a formality left.
In this blog post we’ve decided to put some light on what ISO 270001 standard is and share what this security certification means for us and our customers.Read more
Xopero ONE Backup & Recovery version 1.4.0 is now available! It brings immutable storage that enriches the Ransomware Protection package and your resistance to any cyber risk. Moreover, it brings a bunch of brand-new features and improvements that will fasten backup policy configuration and ease monitoring for compliance and audit readiness.Read more
Xopero ONE Backup & Recovery version 1.3.0 is already available and includes a series of ground-breaking features and improvements. Let’s take a look at the most remarkable ones:Read more
Why do people trust a company or a third party when it comes to customers’ data storage? What identifies a company as a trusted or untrusted one? How can a company that deals with confidential data show that it is reliable and worth customers’ attention without pronouncing a word? The answer is SOC 2.Read more
Xopero ONE Backup & Recovery version 1.2.5 is already available and includes a whole series of ground-breaking features and improvements. Let’s take a look at the most remarkable ones:Read more
In a traditional on-premises data center, the organization that owns it is responsible for managing security incidents, including the mitigation and remediation of any dangerous incident. On the other hand, if the company uses Infrastructure-as-a-Service offerings (Azure, AWS) security for infrastructure is the provider’s responsibility. In the Software-as-a-Service model, specifically in Microsoft 365 suite, Microsoft is responsible for maintaining the infrastructure and making sure data is available and accessible while users are responsible for protecting their Microsoft 365 data. It means the user is responsible for restoring lost, stolen, deleted, or compromised data and it should be quite logical and obvious. In the end, it’s the user’s data, right?Read more
Xopero ONE Backup & Recovery version 1.2.0 is already available and includes a whole series of ground-breaking features and improvements. Let’s take a look at the most remarkable ones:Read more
The scale of a virtualized environment might vary greatly. As a system administrator, you probably know that it’s critical to set it up consistently and automate as many processes as possible – no matter the actual size.
If you’re using VMware ESX / ESXi hypervisors with vCenter as your management software, you already have a lot of automated options at your disposal to help you keep your infrastructure running smoothly. In this article, we will talk about VMware vSphere PowerCLI, which is an automation tool for Microsoft’s Windows PowerShell command-line tool.Read more
If you work in the IT industry, you’ve probably heard the term “Kubernetes,” which is typically used in association with containers technology. Containers may be really beneficial when it comes to developing apps. Kubernetes was intended to address many of the issues that come with deploying applications, most notably by automating and orchestrating deployments and availability. In this article, we will take a closer look at how Kubernetes works with VMware.Read more